A roundup of Slatecoverage about deceit and lying.

Previously published Slate articles made new.
Sept. 29 2009 7:17 AM

Tell Me Lies

A roundup of Slatecoverage about deceit and lying.

This week, "Dear Prudence" answers readers' questions about secrets and lies. Below is a list of previously published stories on the topic.

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"Lying in Style: What you can learn about a president from how he chooses to deceive you," by Michael Kinsley. Posted April 18, 2002.

"John Poindexter, 'Outstanding American': Ari Fleischer salutes a mendacious former national security adviser," by Timothy Noah. Posted Feb. 25, 2002.

"Secrets or Lies?" Dear Prudence. Posted Feb. 7, 2002.

"Enron as Whitewater," by Jacob Weisberg. Posted Jan. 15, 2002.

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"The Plagiarist: Why Stephen Ambrose is a vampire," by David Plotz. Posted Jan. 11, 2002.

"Who Can Lie to Congress?" by Chris Suellentrop. Posted Jan. 30, 2001.

"Lies the Press Likes," by Michael Kinsley. Posted Oct. 10, 2000.

"I Did Not Have Leaks With That Newspaper," by Michael Kinsley.  Posted July 11, 2000.

"Lies, Damned Lies, and PR," by Rob Walker. Posted May 9, 2000.

"BJU Mystery Solved, Shifty Evangelicals Exposed," by Timothy Noah. Posted March 9, 2000.